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U.S. Technology Representative Civilian Olive Drab Garrison Cap

This garrison cap belonged to the donor’s father, Wentworth D. Fling, who served as a civilian technology representative working for Fairchild Camera and Instrument Co. in early 1944, developing and training B-24 gunners in the use of the Fairchild K-8 electronic gunsight. (U.S. Air Force photo)

This garrison cap belonged to the donor’s father, Wentworth D. Fling, who served as a civilian technology representative working for Fairchild Camera and Instrument Co. in early 1944, developing and training B-24 gunners in the use of the Fairchild K-8 electronic gunsight. (U.S. Air Force photo)

Note: This item is currently in storage.

This garrison cap belonged to the donor's father, Wentworth D. Fling, who served as a civilian technology representative working for Fairchild Camera and Instrument Co. in early 1944, developing and training B-24 gunners in the use of the Fairchild K-8 electronic gunsight.

Donated by Mr. Rodger Fling.

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